The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has not been capable of begin probe in over Rs 21,000 crore value financial institution fraud instances in need of consent by 5 non-BJP dominated states together with Maharashtra, West Bengal and Chhattisgarh within the final three years, the Rajya Sabha was knowledgeable on Thursday.
Out of the full 128 requests, involving financial institution frauds of Rs 21,074.43 crore, a highest of 101 requests have been pending with Maharashtra (involving quantity of Rs 20,312.53 crore) throughout 2019 to 2022 (as much as February 28, 2022), it stated.
Twelve such requests have been pending with Punjab (involving Rs 298.94 crore), eight have been pending with Chhattisgarh (Rs 157.26 crore), six with West Bengal (Rs 293.64 crore) and one with Rajasthan (Rs 12.06 crore), in keeping with a written reply by Minister of State for Personnel Jitendra Singh. 9 states — Mizoram, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Kerala, Jharkhand, Punjab and Meghalaya — have withdrawn common consent to the CBI to analyze instances, he stated.
A complete of 173 requests have been pending with seven of those states for CBI probe together with a highest of 132 by Maharashtra, 16 by Punjab, eight by Chhattisgarh, seven by Jharkhand, six by West Bengal and two every with Kerala and Rajasthan, in keeping with the reply.
It stated that 101 permissions have been granted to the CBI to probe instances by these 9 states throughout 2019 and 2022 (as much as February 28, 2022). It included 52 permissions granted by Maharashtra, 27 by Punjab, 9 by Rajasthan, eight by Jharkhand, 4 by Kerala and one by Chhattisgarh, the reply stated.